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ITALY/ UDINESE, Fabbrini: "A battle until the end"

30.04.2012 11.40 by Redazione TMW  read 958
Source: Udinese.it
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Fabbrini had left the pitch before the second, questioned, goal but he says he hadn’t heard the offending whistle from the bench. “I honestly didn’t notice it. I saw several players stopping and Pereyra scoring. After that a mess, but I didn’t understand why”.

Is a new championship beginning for Udinese?
“It’s going to be a battle, there is a large amount of teams with 35 points who will fight for the third place until the end”.

How do you judge today’s performance?
“We’ve conquered the most important win of all. Everything has gone well, both in the squad and personally”.

How are you going to face the other three matches left?
“Knowing that we can win something important. It’s going to be a 270-minute match, fundamental”.

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